Our Holiday Dining Furniture Sale Features Everything From Modern to Traditional
This time of year you’re probably spending a lot of time with family and friends. If you’re not on the road traveling to someone’s house, you’re probably finding yourself endlessly hosting. I think we can all agree that food and drink are a great way to bring everyone together. And, what better place to bring people together than around the dining table.
Have you felt like something is missing this holiday season? After Thanksgiving, did you notice how outdated and uncomfortable your dining furniture has gotten? It may be time to invest in new dining furniture.
During our last Dining Furniture Sale of 2016, you can finally update your dining room or invest in your first matching dining room set. Whether you’ve handed down your table and chairs to your children or grandchildren, or simply want to add a sideboard to your space, now’s the time to do so.
You can save 10% off one piece of dining furniture, 15% off two pieces and 20% off three or more. The sale starts Friday, December 2 and runs through Thursday, December 15. You can save on a solid wood dining table, beautiful cherry wood chairs or modern walnut sideboards.
Do you only entertain a few times a year? No problem! We have a large selection of extension tables available.
Maybe during this holiday season you’ve decided you’re not looking to enlarge but consolidate your space. You could consider a small Shaker Table like our Classic Shaker Table and pair it with two Windsor-Style Guest Chairs that would fit perfectly in your kitchen space, small apartment or condo.
We’re in the business of making things easier for you. If we can be a part of easing your holiday plans, we’re happy to oblige.
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This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.